Chicken Has Come Home to Roost

I published the article below on December 23, 2012 under the title: Constitutional Amendment and Quest for More States in Nigeria. I decided to republish the article because What I predicted then about potential future economic crisis that will face the states has become a reality. Economic crisis facing the states requires long term structural …

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Fulani Herdsmen: Threat to Nigerian Security

Nigeria is a country of many wonders. It is hard to understand how cattle appears to be worth more than human life. The Fulani herdsmen who traverse Nigerian roads are now turning into what can be described as emerging potent threat to the peaceful co-existence of Nigerian state. The Fulani herdsmen has taken it upon …

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A New Low for Nigerian Senate

Can Nigerian senators stop disgracing themselves and disrespecting Nigerian citizens at home and in diaspora. Some of us who lives outside Nigerian shore are embarrassed at what they sometimes consider as good legislation. How can any human being with any sense of decency and self-worth think that it is appropriate to change any part of …

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Nigerian Economy: Market Forces at Work

What is happening in Nigeria today is not difficult to understand. It is simply the law of demand and supply playing itself out in all facet of Nigeria economy. Nigerians are in untenable position and suffering due to avoidable and unavoidable mistakes. President Buhari’s government are instituting a number of policies without thinking through the …

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Nigerian Economy in Peril

Nigerian economy may implode in no distant future due to conflagration of forces working against African biggest economy. Failure by successive Nigerian government to diversify the economy and wean the population from petroleum and gas dependence was an unmitigated disaster. The chicken has come home to roost. The oil price is now below $30 a …

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